What does maximal set of ring mean?
If A intersection E = A where A & E belongs to some some system of sets lets say S then E is called the maximal set of S or the unit set of S.
It means that you have some data that is unsorted, and you sort it according to some criterion. For example, if you have a set of numbers, you might want to have them in ascending order, such that each number is greater-or-equal than the number before it. Or if you have a set of words, you might want to sort them in dictionary order.
There are more than a math term that use "order". They are: the cardinality or the number of elements in the set in group theory. the smallest positive integer n such that aⁿ = identity. a sub-ring of the ring that satisfies some conditions: That given ring is a ring which is finite-dimensional algebra over the rational number field. The sub-ring spans over the rational root field, such the product of rational number field and…